CHICKASHA – Following suit with the rest of the university’s website, the Drover athletics section has been given a face lift, adding functionality throughout and increasing ease of use at the mobile level.

CHICKASHA – As the Drover basketball seasons transition into the off season, assistant women’s basketball coach Leandra Johnson and assistant men’s basketball coach Chris Francis noted the 2014-15 season’s highlights and look forward to an even stronger upcoming year.

 

Women’s Basketball

The women’s program continues to see...

OKLAHOMA CITY – The sixth-seeded Drovers dropped to third-seeded Wayland Baptist Flying Queens in the quarterfinals of the Sooner Athletic Conference Women’s Basketball Tournament at Oklahoma City University.

The No. 20 Queens (19-10) won 72-55 and go on to play in the SAC Semifinals at 1 p.m. Friday at Oklahoma City University. The...

CHICKASHA – The Sooner Athletic Conference recognized two University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma women for athletic ability when it released its 2014-15 All-SAC Women’s Basketball Team.Ndeye Ngom grabbed All-Conference Second Team after a strong performance across stat line all season. Also, Mahogany Nelms earned All-SAC Honorable Mention...

CHICKASHA – In the first half the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma (9-17, 6-12) looked like the Drovers were going to go toe-to-toe with the No. 7 Oklahoma Baptist (23-4, 15-3).

However, the hot shooting Lady Bison ended up giving them the 81-55 victory. With the loss, the Drovers claim the sixth seed in the Sooner Athletic...

CHICKASHA – As a team the Drovers had their best shooting night of the season, with the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma (9-16, 6-11) grabbing the season sweep of Saint Gregory’s University (3-23, 2-15).

With the 80-64 victory it moves the winning streak over the Cavs to five games and leaves the Drovers tied with John Brown...

CHICKASHA – The No. 2 Oklahoma City Stars’ solid performance on Saturday afternoon notched a major victory over the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma at Abe Lemons Arena. The Drovers (8-16, 5-11) couldn’t overcome the powerful offense and fell 93-57 to the Stars (20-2, 15-1). USAO’s Jordan Cooper had one of her best games of the...

CHICKASHA – As the regular season winds down and postseason hopes flourish, the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma’s women’s basketball team is eager to finish out the last few games strong. “Obviously it’s flown by so fast,” said Ilze Teilane, a junior post from Latvia. “The season started really good for us. We won the first two...

CHICKASHA – The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma (8-15, 5-10) ended its final home game of the season with a 20-point victory over the Lady Lions (12-15, 3-12) on Senior Night at the USAO Fieldhouse. Southwestern Assemblies of God had the 35-34 advantage at halftime after leading nearly the entire first half. Twice, the Lions had a...

CHICKASHA– The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma (7-15, 4-10) snapped a rough spell with a huge victory over the Mid-America Christian Lady Evangels(14-9, 7-7) on Saturday afternoon at the USAO Fieldhouse.

The Drovers got the 70-61 victory, keeping the Lady Evangels off the board by gaining the 50-40 rebounds advantage and...

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